Posted 7 years ago on March 14, 2012, 3:51 p.m. EST by arturo
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In France, that would be Jacques Cheminade:
"the French banking establishment seems haunted by a nightmarish question: will the idea of a full-fledged separation of the banks, a new "Glass-Steagall Act" as promoted by Lyndon LaRouche in the United States and French Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade, who is increasingly gaining visibility in the campaign in France, become a reality, or can it still be talked down with lies, threats, and sophistry?
On Feb. 6, Les Echos reported that "Silent so far, French banking leaders have started reacting over the last days to the proposals of the Socialist candidate, in particular on the need to separate, within one bank, the activities of investment banking and retail banking."